Ella Enchanted (2004)

Marry Me

Prince Char (Hugh Dancy) proposes to Ella (Anne Hathaway), and she happily accepts.

Directed by Tommy O'Haver.

Released in 2004 by Miramax Films.

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  • actor: Parminder Nagra
  • actor: Hugh Dancy
  • actor: Anne Hathaway
  • actor: Lucy Punch
  • director: Tommy O'Haver
  • producer: Susan Miller Lazar
  • producer: Morgan O'Sullivan
  • producer: James Flynn
  • producer: Jane Startz
  • producer: Su Armstrong
  • producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • producer: Bob Weinstein
  • producer: Julie Goldstein
  • cinematographer: John de Borman
  • composer: Nick Glennie-Smith
  • editor: Masahiro Hirakubo
  • costume-designer: Ruth Myers
  • production-designer: Norman Garwood
  • role-name: Ella
  • role-name: Hattie
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  • role-name: Char
  • screenwriter: Michele J. Wolff
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  • screenwriter: Laurie Craig
  • screenwriter: Kirsten Smith
  • screenwriter: Jennifer Heath
  • screenwriter: Karen McCullah Lutz
  • year: 2004
  • studio: Miramax Films